Livestream interview with photographer Martin Schoeller (NY), Kwame Ajamu (OH), and Ray Krone (AZ). The conversation focuses on the Fotografiska New York exhibition, Death Row Exonerees. Kwame and Ray share their stories of how they were convicted and sentenced to death row for crimes they did not commit. Schoeller discusses his collaboration with Witness To Innocence, the non-profit led by exonerated death row survivors who work to abolish the death penalty in the United States.
About Witness to Innocence:
Through live conversations like this one, Witness to Innocence (WTI) members are helping to end the death penalty by educating the public about innocence and wrongful convictions. WTI also provides an essential network of peer support for the exonerated, most of whom received no compensation or access to reentry services when released from death row.
Please consider supporting WTI by texting INNOCENT to (855) 905-4984.